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Emmanuel Macron's suggestion is actually a good one, even if it wasn't made for all the right reasons. [Read More]
The Pentagon is preparing to make an important act of symbolic repentance for its depredations during the Philippine-American War. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis informed... [Read More]
They've always been ineffective. What's different now is that they're threatening to undermine American strength. [Read More]
Relations between China and much of the West appears to be moving in reverse. The PRC risks losing its best friends in other nations. Which... [Read More]
Relations between China and much of the West appears to be moving in reverse. The PRC risks losing its best friends in other nations. Which... [Read More]
Obviously, even nations which purport to have all of these often fall short.  However, few Americans or Europeans, or citizens of democratic Asian nations live... [Read More]
The U.S. has an obvious interest in Japan's continued independence, but Japan's commitment to its own security should be even greater. Tokyo should do more... [Read More]
Unfortunately, continental government is almost inherently anti-democratic. The EU has been attacked for its "democratic deficit." Washington suffers a similar problem. [Read More]
Even if Syriza's economic nostrums fail, its electoral victory may end up reinvigorating popular sovereignty and accountability throughout Europe.  That could make radical party's victory... [Read More]
Prosperous and populous allies should pay for their own defense and confront future security threats as equals.  ... [Read More]
Egyptians need a new approach that doesn't sacrifice national liberty for sectarian security. [Read More]
The decision is up to the British people alone. [Read More]
Congress should declare war before the U.S. goes to war, but should approve military action only when Washington has no alternative course to protect America.... [Read More]
Europe needs to be defended. But the continent no longer requires America's protection. [Read More]
Yet we're still there, threatening Assad as though we won the war. [Read More]
McCain was one of the Senate's most ferocious advocate of military intervention, almost irrespective of circumstance. [Read More]
The media-savvy senator has no heir apparent. [Read More]
Cato's foreign and defense policies are guided by the view that the United States is relatively secure, and so should engage the world, trade freely,... [Read More]
Featuring Doug Bandow... [Read More]
Letting U.S. tourists back into the country would be a small but potent move toward peace. [Read More]
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